In this webinar, Professor Peter Warr considered the relationships between economic growth, structural change, poverty incidence and income inequality, using data for Thailand covering the period since 1981.
In this webinar, Prof Soo Yeon Kim and Mr Marc Mealy explored the nexus between US domestic politics and trade policy, the prospects of the Biden administration’s Asia-Pacific trade strategy, and its possible implications for Southeast Asia.
In this webinar, Dr Tham Siew Yean and Sara Abdullah explored responses in the region to the vaccination and reopening challenge, investigating country-level approaches and ASEAN’s initiatives.
In this webinar, Ms Puput Hidayat and Mr Manggi Taruna Habir discussed recent e-commerce and fintech trends as well as their impacts on changing consumer spending patterns and the rise of borrowings from market segments not usually touched by the traditional banking sector in Indonesia.
In this webinar, Dr Patcharawan shared her research on the effectiveness of five-year development plan formulation and implementation in Thailand and Malaysia using insights from organization theory.
In this webinar, Dr Arief Ramayandi, Dr Siwage Dharma Negara, Ms Sheena Valenzuela, Prof Ronald U. Mendoza and Dr Nguyen Thang examines the pandemic responses in countries around the region, with a spotlight on Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, three of the most populous countries in ASEAN.
In this webinar, Dr Yanuar Nugroho, Ms Sofie Syarief, Ms Tricia Yeoh and Dr Punchada Sirivunnabood surveyed and analysed the coordination aspects of COVID-19 responses.
In this webinar, Dr Melati Nungsari, Mr Terence Ho and Dr Archanun Kohpaiboon explored Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand’s economic policy responses to COVID-19.
In this webinar, Dr Philip Mader presents his findings in a first-of-its-kind study in international development, a systematic Review of Reviews of the impacts of financial inclusion in low- and middle-income countries.
In the last webinar of the series, Dr Nicolas Lainez, Mr Trinh Phan Khanh and Ms Bui Thi Thu Doai discuss how consumer finance draws on family and social networks to reduce the uncertainty inherent to credit transactions in Vietnam, a country where 60 per cent of the population is un(der)banked and lacks credit history.